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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Aug 29, 2009.
when anyone starts naming people who are not valuable enough, then you know it comes straight from satan, don't care if those people making the claims are christians or not, and some are. a person may be disabled, but they were created by God made in His image, whom Christ died for because of God's great love for them. And we have people saying they aren't valuable, throw them away and with hold health care.
Nope, from satan alright.
A modified form of eugenics: selective breeding and defect removal of and in the human gene pool.
Add to it prioritized care, rationed care, "post-birth abortion" and euthanasia and we will have the "change" we were promised by the current administration.
Not possible? Well, take the Health Bill in one hand and the writings of Dr. Immanuel in the other, read them both. Come to your own conclusion.
Yes, you will need to come to a logical conclusions because the Health Bill is written in nebulous terms. Much of it refers back to or forward to other convoluted sections as well as other government documents. Yes, certain inflammatory terms and phrases are avoided. Yes one must "read between the lines" (well not exactly - Drs Immanuel and Blumenthal fill in the blanks with their writings and quotes).
In addition it openly declares (over and over again) that much of the details, administration and regulations of the bill "shall" be decided/developed by a committee in collaboration with the Secretary of Health and Welfare/Human Services or by the secretary himself.
IOW, we have no idea what this bill really is all about apart from intelligent second-guessing.
One thing we can conclude (IMO): It is a masterpiece of Orwellian "double think".
e.g. SEC. 1152. POST ACUTE CARE SERVICES PAYMENT REFORM PLAN AND BUNDLING PILOT PROGRAM
(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Health and Human Services (in this section referred to as the“Secretary”) shall develop a detailed plan to reform payment for post acute care (PAC) services under the Medicare program under title XVIII of the Social Security Act (in this section referred to as the “Medicare program)”.
Well said, Hank.